It’s not about avoiding [the injustice], it’s about understanding, making choices and becoming the best you can be rather than becoming enmeshed in the pain and hurt that injustice brings with it.
Drouin, Australia (PRWEB) October 28, 2013
In a new book, “Making Sense of the Insensible,” renowned naturopath Leonie Blackwell takes a look at the injustices we all face in life and answers the question of “Why?” these things happen, not only personal lives but also in societies.
Have you ever been frozen in time in that stressful situation and you’re just unsure of where to go or what to do next? Backed by years of professional and personal experiences, Blackwell addresses the injustice of idleness and other injustices that we face as humans that can tarnish our emotional wellbeing, like hypocrisy, deception, limitations and selfishness. The result of Blackwell’s workshops and her book give a breath of relief for thousands seeking a more peaceful existence.
“Making Sense of the Insensible” is a practical explanation of injustices we all face in life and the lessons each injustice provides for us. The purpose of Blackwell’s book is to help us be aware of the lessons that each of life’s injustices is capable of teaching. Backed by many years of experience, Blackwell has designed her book so that it does not need to be read all at once. Each chapter is encompassing of that particular injustice to help the reader move at his or her own pace.
“It’s not about avoiding [the injustice], it’s about understanding, making choices and becoming the best you can be rather than becoming enmeshed in the pain and hurt that injustice brings with it,” Blackwell said.
Her book gives insights to ten injustices that we experience throughout our lives, as children or adults. Typically these seemingly random events are actually events that occur many times over a lifetime leaving sufferers grappling with their very existence. Blackwell’s goal with in her career, and her book, is to change grappling to transformative restoration.
This book is the last self-help book a reader will need because it talks about the deeply seeded issues that aren’t addressed in the typical self-help solutions. Not just discussion of our personal issues, Blackwell’s book gives concrete and positive resolutions that readers can use to improve their lives one chapter at a time.
“Making Sense of the Insensible”
By Leonie Blackwell
Available at http://www.amazon.com
About the author
Leonie Blackwell has been running her naturopathic business since 1994, providing a service to more than two thousand clients and teaching hundreds through her accredited practitioner courses and innovative personal development workshops. She has created a world-first app: Tap Bullies Away, helping people recover from the negative effects of being bullied.
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